CHURCH SERVICE: The Sung Family Eucharist in St Mary’s this Sunday will be at 9.30am (not 11.15am, as shown in the Parish Magazine. It will be followed by refreshments and a social gathering in the Hall.
MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING: Friday September 25, 10am till noon. Do support this annual fundraiser for a highly deserving cause, if you possibly can. Our nearest this year will be at the Ferry Road Surgery, Rye, where it’s being run by the Surgery Patients Participation Group.
RYE ARTS FESTIVAL: Now entering its second week, the Festival still has plenty of delights to offer. Of particular interest is the second performance of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, a wonderful production by the talented Euphonia company, in the Milligan Theatre, on Saturday evening, September 26, starting at 6.30pm. There has been universal praise for the first performance, last Saturday - well worth considering if you missed it then. Tickets cost £25, from the box office at Phillips and Stubbs in Cinque Ports Street (01797 224442).
MURDER MYSTERY EVENING: Another real Saturday evening treat, in our Hall on October 3, starting at 7pm. At the time of writing there were very few tickets left, so now’s the time to book, if you don’t want to miss the fun. For ticket enquiries, please ring either Liz Turgoose (01424 882657) or Gillian Rothery (01424 882774): £10 a ticket to include a fish and chip supper.
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